From celebrated Indian composer A.R. Rahman, who has composed over 100 film scores in the past 15 years including the Academy Award-winning song Jai Ho, comes a piece written for the Tamil film
One of the Trois chansons folkloriques which also includes Un Canadien errant and Les raftsmen, this Quebecois folk song was originally known in France as Mon pere a fait
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Appearing in the soundtrack of the 2007 film "Guru," this crowd-pleasing concert work is an Indian take on how beautiful it can be to sing in the rain. Layered vocal lines ebb and flow in repeated patterns
This Pakpaknese folk song from North Sumatra, Indonesia is commonly performed at wedding celebrations, opening ceremonies, and cultural events in the region, often accompanied by traditional dancing. By
Mata del anima sola has two distinct sections: one slow and meditative, and the other very quick and rhythmic based on a combined 3/4 and 6/8 meter which is characteristic of a dance called joropo.
This original song hailing from the traditional Acadian and Quebecois musical practice of the turlutte (mouth reel) is a tantalizing exploration of vocal sound and harmony. It is the art of
This Canadian folk song from Quebec is arranged for voices, piano, and optional percussion. Light, spirited, and full of fun, it's a popular choice for festivals, adjudications, concerts, and contest
Reproducing the sound of traditional Indian instrumental ensembles, this vocal adaptation uses Hindi text and nonsense syllables to mimic the shruti box, percussion, and melodic instruments present in the
Joyful energy, dance-like rhythms, effective handclaps, and shifting meters all come together in this exuberant choral feature that is based on a Buddhist mantra. Repetitive melodies dance freely through
Originally known as Glad Tidings, this hymn was translated by Makua Laiana, an early missionary who arrived in 1831 and spent the remainder of his life amongst the Hawaiian people. According to Native
Poignant and powerful, this a cappella arrangement of this Zulu prayer for peace captures the unashamedly emotional content of the song. Beautiful hymnlike harmonies embrace the solo line in a tender
This Sufi song is based on a poem by Sufi mystic, poet, and philosopher Ibn 'Arabi on the nature of love: "I believe in the religion of love, wherever love is found." The chantlike melody incorporates
Shosholoza is a traditional South African work song that originated with the miners and railroad track layers, but later became a song associated with the freedom struggles of apartheid.
A. R. Rahman is an Indian film composer who wrote this piece for the soundtrack of the documentary film Bose: The Forgotten Hero. A portion of the gross sales are being donated to Mr. Rahman's foundation to
I first heard Sto mi e milo sung in a concert by a women’s choir on tour. I was handed a scribbled sheet of manuscript that had been notated by one of the singers. As this music is often